West Hempstead resident Peter Paul Brennan, the archbishop of the Old Catholic Confederation and an advocate for a married priesthood, ecumenism and social justice for more than 40 years, died on Aug. 1, of pulmonary fibrosis. He was 75.
Five officers from the Nassau County Police Department’s 5th Precinct who made a dramatic rescue of six West Hempstead residents during a serious fire earlier this year have become the subjects of a new children’s book, “Officer Jack — Rapid Response,” which was written by Maryland author James Burd Brewster and released earlier this week by J2B Publishing.
Four current or former employees of the Town of Hempstead’s Sanitary District 6, and one former employee of the town’s parks department, have filed complaints claiming that their employer violated their constitutional rights and stifled their opportunity for job advancement.
On the day that a terrorist killed more than 80 people in Nice, France, during a Bastille Day celebration, West Hempstead held a dedication ceremony for its long-awaited 9/11 Memorial, a multi-year endeavor to honor its hometown heroes whose lives were also taken by terrorists.
A West Hempstead man was arrested Tuesday evening after he pulled a gun on members of the Franklin Square Munson Fire Department when they knocked on his door looking for donations.
The 11,000+ patrons of the West Hempstead Public Library have yet another reason to be a huge fan of its services. As of last week, hamlet library card holders can now access over 600,000 books, movies, music selections and more through a new, free library service called Hoopla.
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It was a beautiful day at Point Lookout town beach when a swarm of news people and town employees were following Town Supervisor Anthony Santino around the coastline while he distributed free packets of sunscreen to beachgoers.
Last week, a bill requiring all public schools to test their water for lead was given the green light by both the Senate and the Assembly, and is expected to be signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
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